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This section contains important information on how you can work with your doctor and pharmacist to manage drug-drug interactions that may occur with your cancer treatment.

  • It is important that you discuss drug-drug interactions with your treating physician
  • Depending on the kinase inhibitor being given, your doctor or pharmacist may suggest not taking particular medications or herbal supplements
  • Drugs-drug interactions  mentioned on this online resource usually generally disappear when treatment is stopped or amended
  • By following the steps recommended on this online resource, you can help prevent drug-drug interactions occurring

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